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Mary Scott Nabers
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CEO | Author | Speaker
CEO | Author | Speaker

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Government’s deferred maintenance represents great potential for a raging storm. 

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How will the construction labor shortage issue affect the numerous pipeline projects on the horizon? 

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In the last few years, there have been dozens of horrific incidents and now that a number of states allow guns on campus, the job of providing safety on college campuses has become increasingly more difficult and complicated. More resources and funding are critically needed to ensure greater security for students, instructors and visitors on campus.

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Innovative tablet technology programs are being implemented in correctional facilities across the country to provide inmate educational opportunities and reduce recidivism, often at no cost to taxpayers. 

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P3s have become attractive because of a lack of public funding and an abundance of private-sector capital just waiting to be tapped. While many major cities have been utilizing P3s for years, small cities are now launching P3s as well, and taxpayers will benefit as public assets are salvaged and/or improved.

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Will the #verticalforest concept gain traction in U.S. cities seeking sustainability? Learn more about this new architectural design in this week’s Texas Government Insider column.

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From monitoring transportation to planning and prioritizing future infrastructure projects, the IoT, the Internet of Things that collects massive amounts of real time data, is changing cities like nothing has in the last few decades. Smart cities are evolving and citizens and taxpayers will reap the benefits for generations to come.

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MSU and NCTC use public-private partnership to construct a new shared classroom facility.

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The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) is a public entity that is about to put $6.5 billion to work throughout the country. FirstNet will establish a P3 to build and operate a first responder broadband network. A nationwide contract is expected sometime shortly after March 1.

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It appears that most levels of government are about to begin upgrading old technology systems through modernization efforts. These planned modernization projects will definitely make technology firms happy, and taxpayers will be happy once the costs subside.
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